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The capitalist and aristocrat of England cannot feel that as we do, because they do not mingle with the class they degrade as we do.
Horne Fisher had in him something of the aristocrat, which is very near to the anarchist.
We are delighted to have Plarium and its exceptionally talented team join the Aristocrat family; we look forward to continue building our already very successful digital business together, for the benefit of Aristocrats shareholders and other stakeholders.
In the world of dividend-paying stocks, there are the usual dividend payers among the S&P 500 and then there are the Aristocrats, those stocks that have increased their payouts every year for the past 25.
Richardson Dilworth: Last of the Bare-Knuckled Aristocrats
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Aristocrats at Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold until October 12.
Prairie fever; British aristocrats in the American West, 1830-1890.
Cameron's interests range over the Roman Empire, but his central preoccupation is with the aristocrats of Rome.
But this was a view that was always shaded by the conviction of many aristocrats that their power brought responsibility to do good for their fellow subjects.
This book is action-packed and the parts where Yann rescues the aristocrats and his friends are gripping page turners.
This book is action-packed, and the parts where Yann rescues the aristocrats and his friends are gripping page turners.
Furthermore, given the power and touchiness of early modern aristocrats, it would be understandable if a playwright of the era avoided depicting patricians' progenitors.
The former CalArts student says she looked at a lot of paintings of the period, but "also photographers like Helmut Newton, just for his portrait of decadent European aristocrats.